What Not to Miss in Barcelona
If on your first visit to Barcelona you only have time for one sightseeing than La Sagrada Família should be it!
The massive Camp Nou (the home of the legendary FB Barcelona) is amongst Barcelona`s most visited sites and a must for all sports fans.
La Ramblas`s most amazing building – Mercat de la Boqueria is where all of your senses will fall under the spell of possibly the greatest central produce market in Europe.
La Pedrera (the Quarry) recognizable by is grey stone façade is another masterpiece by Gaudí that deserves to be on your must-see list.
Museu Picasso is a work of art itself with its 5 contiguous medieval stone mansions that hold more than 3500 artworks amongst some of the finest works of Picasso done in his strongest years spent in Barcelona.
Santa Maria del Mar (Our Lady of the Sea) is a remarkable example of architectural harmony and simplicity and one of the finest Catalan Gothic churches.
La Catedral is Barcelona`s central places of worship and one of the few churches not destroyed by the anarchists during the civil war.
Park Güell is another masterpiece from Gaudí, a strange enchanting place where his passion for natural forms comes to light.